CBS4's Chris Martinez reports on the arrest of Ethan Hunsaker.
Some Restaurants Get Creative In Miami-DadeRestaurant owners in Miami-Dade are getting creative ahead of the emergency order to comply with the latest regulations.
Broward Issues New Emergency Order Affecting Restaurants, Vacation RentalsBroward Mayor Dale Holness held a brief news conference on Wednesday afternoon to announce new measures to try to slow down the spread of the coronavirus in the county.
City Sues Belle Meade Island Homeowner For Renting Property To Hold 'Large, Loud Parties'The City of Miami filed a lawsuit Monday against the homeowner of two Belle Meade Island properties after neighbors said they have had enough with the large, loud parties.
Miami Feds Seize $3.2 Million In Venezuela Vehicle Smuggling Ring At Port EvergladesMiami's Homeland Security Investigations has seized more than three million dollars in vehicles which were illegally headed to Venezuela as part of a smuggling ring operated for wealthy and politically connected people.
Miami Jewelry Designer Pays It Forward With ScholarshipYlette Luis is a mother of four and a Latina entrepreneur who three years ago created a unique jewelry line called Xio by Ylette.
WEB EXTRA: Penguins Take Field Trip To MuseumThe Magellanic penguins from the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago are taking more field trips. The aquarium released video of Izzy and Darwin exploring the Field Museum and the dinosaur exhibits.
WEB EXTRA: Whales Of Southern ItalyThe Italian Coast Guard spotted a pod of sperm whales near the island of Lipari in southern Italy on June 29.
WEB EXTRA: Delivery DogMeet Eros, a dog who's helping deliver food to customers in Colombia.
WEB EXTRA: Breonna Taylor Mural in MarylandThis 7,000-square-foot mural in Annapolis, Maryland is a tribute to Breonna Taylor. Artists and volunteers painted the mural over two basketball courts. Taylor was shot and killed by police serving a search warrant at her Kentucky home in March.
WEB EXTRA: Drone Display Offers COVID Safety Reminders300 drones formed images of people wearing face masks, social distancing, and washing their hands. The drone display in Seoul, South Korea on Saturday reminded people about coronavirus safety guidelines.
Broward Mayor Dale Holness Outlines Newest PlanBroward Mayor Dale Holness held a press conference Wednesday afternoon to announce new restrictions on restaurants.
Disney Tests Safety ChangesAhead of Disney parks reopening, they are testing safety measures.
Latest Coronavirus NewsOn Wednesday, the US surpassed 3 million cases of the coronavirus.
New Book Critical Of President TrumpA new book written by President Donald Trump's niece claims Trump paid someone to take the SAT tests for him.
Inter Miami CF Takes On Orlando City SC In "MLS Is Back Tournament" In OrlandoInter Miami CF will hit the field Wednesday night for the first time since the pandemic shut down the season in March.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 7-8-20 5PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Hospital Beds Filling Up As COVID-19 Cases SkyrocketIt is an emergency with no clear outcome, hospital beds filling up in South Florida as COVID-19 cases skyrocket.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez Defends Latest DecisionMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez is defending the steps he is taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
President Trump Contradicts Health AgencyPresident Donald Trump steps up push to reopen schools in the fall despite surge in coronavirus cases.
Miami-Dade Teachers Union Applauds Latest Decision By Schools Chief Alberto CarvalhoThe President of the United Teachers of Dade is applauding the latest decision by Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho who is saying that schools will not reopen for classes until the county is in Phase 2 of the coronavirus reopening plan.
Florida Father, Sons Accused Of Selling Toxic Bleach As COVID-19 Cure Charged In Miami Federal CourtA Florida man and his three sons who marketed “Miracle Mineral Solution,” a toxic bleach, as a cure for COVID-19 have been brought up on federal charges in Miami. Katie Johnston reports.
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CBSMiami.com Weather 7/8 12PMPartly cloudy with scattered showers and storms
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez 'Shocked' By County's Decision To Close Indoor Dining AgainCity of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez told reporters on Wednesday he was 'shocked' by the County's decision to close indoor dining beginning on Thursday.